Of all the buzzwords that are swimming around the world of water quality these days, “TDS” is one of the most common. Industry professionals range from being fully versed in the subject to being marginally aware, while the average consumer would most likely guess it is an abbreviation for touchdowns. Given that TDS is by far the most common parameter for water quality testing, an overview of the subject is warranted.
An overview of the most common parameter for testing water quality
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